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Such writs had been legal since 1755 but were seldom used. The Townshend Revenue Act promised to make the unpopular searches common, in violation of the deeply held belief that a man’s home was his castle. Duties: Taxes. Plantations: Newly established colonies or settlements. Drawback of the duties of customs: A refund for taxes paid on imported goods that will be re-exported. Said: Previously mentioned. China earthen ware: Porcelain. Excerpt from the Townshend Revenue Act Effectually: Effectively.
Hibbert, Christopher. Redcoats and Rebels: The American Revolution Through British Eyes. New York: Avon, 1991. Scheer, George F. Rebels and Redcoats: The American Revolution Through the Eyes of Those Who Fought and Lived It. New York: Da Capo Press, 1988. British Actions, Colonial Reactions: The Declaratory Act 23 The Townshend Revenue Act Issued by British Parliament Passed on June 29, 1767; excerpted from Documents of American History, 1958 T he Stamp Act of 1765 was passed by Parliament to help pay for British soldiers on duty in America.
Parliament did not buy Benjamin Franklin’s theory that there was a distinction between internal (forced) and external (trade) taxes. The Declaratory Act set the stage for Parliament to impose nontrade taxes on the colonies. Plantations: Newly established colonies or settlements. Of late: Lately. Excerpt from the Declaratory Act WHEREAS, several of the houses of representatives in his Majesty’s [George III] colonies and plantations in America, have of late, against law, claimed to themselves, or to the general assemblies of the same, the sole and exclusive right of imposing duties and taxes upon his Majesty’s subjects in the said colonies and plantations; and have, in pursuance of such claim, passed certain votes, resolutions, and orders, derogatory to the legislative authority of parliament, and inconsistent with the dependency of said colonies, and plantations upon the crown of Great Britain: .
American Revolution Reference Library Vol 4 Primary Sources by Barbara Bigelow